Cannondale Synapse Neo EQ Alloy Electric Road Bike 2020
Cannondale Synapse Neo EQ Alloy Electric Road Bike 2020
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2020 Cannondale Synapse Neo EQ Electric Bike
The Cannondale Synapse Neo EQ electric road bike, with the power, range and comfort to open the roads for everyone.
Tackle the legendary passes of the Tour. Roll through the valleys of wine country. Crank out fast blasts after work or spend the whole weekend riding somewhere you've never been.
On the all-new Synapse NEO, e bike the road is now open to all. With its smooth, silent power, comfortably sportive position, and massive range, this electric-assist road bike is built to turn "I wish I could" into "I just did". Key Features:.
SmartForm C1 Alloy frame with removable integrated battery. Ballistec carbon fork for a better ride feel. Shimano 105/Tiagra 2x10 speed drivetrain for intuitive gear shifting.
Shimano Tiagra hydraulic disc brakes for intuitive gear shifting. Drive information:.
Motor: Bosch Active Line Plus, 270% max support, 50Nm.
Battery: 500Wh downtube integrated battery pack.
User Interface / Display: Bosch Purion.
Connectivity: Bluetooth smart phone app.
Compatible with The. Cannondale App.
highlights: The Range to Roam.
Bosch's Generation 3 Active Line Plus drive unit delivers big power and does it so smoothly that you barely notice it - except for how it makes you feel limitless. It's a mid-motor design that's ideal for road bikes thanks to its light weight, smooth and silent power delivery, and drag-free pedaling beyond the cut-out threshold. Unlike many e-road bikes, the Synapse NEO is designed with a full 500Wh PowerTube battery, which integrates cleanly into the downtube and packs enough energy for even the longest days.
Go as long as you want -the Synapse NEO will get you home. Connected & Protected. SAVE micro-suspension technology in the frame and fork insulates you from bumps while maintaining your connection to the road.
Improved handling, more control, and enough comfort to ride all day. True Endurance. Endurance Race Geometry positions you forward enough to go hard but upright enough to go long, plus a removable seatstay bridge and hidden fender mounts keep you grinding on any road, in any weather.
Frame: SmartForm C1 Alloy, removable downtube battery, SAVE, Ai, internal cable routing, flat mount brake, 142x12 thru-axle, Si kickstand mount, rack/fender mounts.
Fork: BallisTec Carbon, 1-1/8" to 1.5" tapered steerer, 55mm offset, flat mount brake, 12x100 thru axle, fender mounts, hidden cable routing.
Headset: Integrated, 1-1/8 to 1.5", sealed angular contact bearings.
Stem: Cannondale 3, 6061 alloy, 7-degree.
Bars: Cannondale 3, 6061 alloy, Compact.
Front Brake: Shimano Tiagra hydro disc, 160mm RT64 rotors.
Rear Brake: Shimano Tiagra hydro disc, 160mm RT64 rotors.
Brake Lever: Shimano Tiagra.
Front Mech: Shimano 105, braze-on.
Rear Mech: Shimano Tiagra GS.
Shifters: Shimano Tiagra, 2x10.
Rims: RD 2.0, 28h.
Front Hub: Formula CL-712.
Rear Hub: RXC-142S.
Spokes: DT Swiss Champion.
Front Tyre: Schwalbe G-One Speed, 700 x 35c, V-Guard, MicroSkin, tubeless ready.
Rear Tyre: Schwalbe G-One Speed, 700 x 35c, V-Guard, MicroSkin, tubeless ready.
Seat Post: Cannondale 3, 6061 Alloy, 25.4m 350mm (S-M), 400mm (L-XL).
Saddle: Fabric Scoop Radius Sport, steel rails.
Chainset: Bosch Gen3 w/ custom Ai offset & FSA rings, 50/34.
Bottom Bracket: 0.
Chain: Shimano HG54, 10-speed.
Cassette: Shimano HG500, 11-34, 10-speed.
Pedals: Basic Resin Flat.
Battery (Wh): 500wh.
Motor: Bosch Active Line Plus 250W.
User Interface: Bosch Purion.
|Synapse Neo EQ Electric Bike Specification|
|Bike Type||Electric Bikes|
|Brakes Type||Disc Brakes|
|Number of Gears||20 Speed|
As far as I'm aware this product is currently out of stock - however it was originally for sale at Tredz. Below are their current UK delivery costs:
Standard Delivery FREE for items over £20 and £2.95 for items under £20. Courier Delivery (Bikes, Frames & Wheels etc) FREE (except Scottish Highlands & Islands - £20 - £25) Next Day Delivery £5 (£7.50 for bulky items - not including Bikes, which take time to build). Full details on Tredz's P&P charges can be found here.
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Cannondale Electric Bikes
Cannondale was founded in 1970 by Joe Montgomery and Murdock MacGregor, in an industry totally unrelated to cycling - manufacturing precast concrete housing. Ron Davis joined the company, and after Montgomery went on a camping trip with his son, the idea for a bike trailer was born. Unfortunately named the "Bugger", the trailer didn't take off as expected at the resulting Bicycle Shoe in New York, but remarkable demand for bike bags led them to focus on this area instead. Within 6 months Cannondale had the monopoly on bike bags in America, with 2500 dealers stocking their products within 20 months. Todd Patterson joined the company shortly afterwards, and his expertise in working with aluminium led them to venture into the bicycle market. Manufacturer of CAAD (Cannondale Advanced Aluminium Design) road bike and touring frames began in 1983, with Mountain bike frames being born a few years later. Early Cannondale bikes are distinctive because of the oversized tubes designed to increase stiffness. Their first frame partially constructed from Carbon was in 2004 with the Six13, with the full carbon Synapse being released a year later. Notable riders to have competed and won on Cannondale bikes include Cipollini, Gotti, Simoni, Cunego, Di Luca, Basso, Juarez, Chausson, Giove, Sydor, Sauser, Lopes, Martyn Ashton and Cadel Evans.
To read more about Cannondale, you can check out their Wikipedia page, or view their old bike ranges on the official website. Alternatively if you can see their current bike ranges available to the UK market.